Saturday, March 13, 2010

Mother's Day Pamper Gift :-)

The theme on the House Mouse Monday Challenge is Anything BUT a Card :-) Well for almost 2 weeks I have been buying cadbury's mini eggs every day with the intention of making an Easter basket and tag ,,,,well ,, before I got around to it they were all gone ! They are just too yummy and irresistable ,,, so I made a candle instead :-) Can't eat those :-) My jeans are feeling a tad tight now !!



I used the lovley Happy Hopper Relaxing Bubbles stamp to make a candle and tag :-) I coloured the images with copics and added 3D glitter to the bubbles. I also dotted glitter all over the candle :-)



The tag was cut with nesties and the bow was made with a bow easy ,,,, not much to say about this really !! :-) I will be adding a box of scented pamper goodies from the Body Shop with this gift for my Mum :-)



I am also entering this into the Die Cut Dreams Challenge ,,, no flowers

I have a GORGEOUS blog candy sponsored by Heidi at Simon Says Stamp if you would like to take a peek it is at the top of my blog :-)


22 comments:

Squirrel x said...

A girl after my own heart hun! But I think the candle is stunning - and it will last longer than mini eggs. Amazing work. Hugs, Squirrel xx

Sharon said...

Wow, this is amazing Lorraine, such a fab gift idea. I totally understand the mini egg thing - they are just too yummy and don't last more than 5 mins in our house.

Lynne in NI said...

Oooh what a fabulous gift Lorraine, I'm definately going to try a candle one of these days!
I'm with you on the mini eggs .... super scrummy and very more-ish!
:o)

ribenaruby said...

What a lovely gift for mum, still haven't tried this candle thing yet, seems complicated, have a beautfiul day Lorraine!

scrappyjan said...

HI Lorraine, This is beautiful sweetie!! Fab gift!!!
hope your weekend is great Hugs, Janiel

Rainmac said...

What a beautiful gift! Your mum will love it x

Lacey Stephens said...

OMG! This is a fantastic project! Did you stamp directly on the candle? Wow!
~Lacey

Sue from Oregon said...

Such a darling project!

Sue said...

Hi Hun
oh i just bought some thm eggs today yum yum.
Your candles is gorgeous hun a beautiful gift, i have no luck in doing these, sue,x

Christine said...

Hi Lorraine this is gorgeous love the image fab on the candle too, just right for mums prezzy thanks for joining us at HM&F..

Hugs Christine xx

Craftyanny said...

adorable Lorriane, lurve it and I'll bet your Mum will too
Anne x

Anesha said...

Beautiful candle. Anesha :)

Mummylade said...

absolutely adorable, I love it!! I'm so glad you joined the DCD challenge this time and good luck.

Crystal said...

AWWW this is soooooo sweet, what a darling project, perfect for any mom!!!! adorable sweetie!

Suzanne said...

Ha - just like me, lol. I resisted the urge to eat an easter egg the other night but, the next night - the chocolate urge won!!! Lovely candle
Hugs
Suzanne x

Susie Sugar said...

Fab project Lorraine love the lickle bunny
Thanks for playing our no flowers allowed challenge with us at DCD this week please come back soon
Hugs Susie xx

☼ Cheryl* said...

That is gorgeous, Lorraine!!! I love the way it looks so peaceful.

Martine said...

oooo this is gorgeous sweetie, everything is just perfect :)

lol about the mini eggs, i'm the same, cant resist em hehe, i actually bought some last year for easter gifts and ....well .... umm ... they didnt exactly make it that far lol :P


xx

Martine

Paula.Crafty Cow said...

Hi Lorraine, just would like to let you know that i have just checked out your blog and think it is fab, so i have become a follower.
I hope that you will check out mine and add your name to Mr linky for the candy.
Luv Paula

Mina said...

wow this is stunning but I defo wouldnt use it, just look at it lol...you should have let me save them for you as Im not keen on chocolate lol
Mina xxx

Christine said...

Way to go Lorraine congrats on your win of HM&F the draw..

Hugs Christine xx

Sue said...

Love your entry. Very creative idea and so cute too! Congrats on the win.....clap, clap, clap!!!

Hugs
Sue